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Covid-19 vaccines are widely viewed as the best weapon against the Covid-19 pandemic. As a new wave of infections begin in South Africa and the threat of a lockdown, President Cyril Ramaohosa set up a task team to investigate the possibility of making vaccines mandatory.
After the emergence of a new variant along with a fourth wave of infections, the conversations around mandatory Covid-19 vaccinations are getting louder. Now, the Association of Mineworkers and Construction Union has responded.
After Statistics South Africa revealed the country’s Growth Domestic Product (GDP) contracted by 1.5%, Covid-19 vaccinations are viewed as the best tool in preventing lockdowns that would negatively impact South Africa’s economy.
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